“Deliverable 6.6 – “Interim portfolio of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development” was prepared by CYI, KWR, LNEC, NTNU, IWW with support from their stakeholder partners under WP6 (“Ensuring Excellence and Actionable Research”), within Task 6.3 – “Actionable Research Lab”, led by CYI. This deliverable summarises the outcomes of the actionable research conducted between BINGO researchers and stakeholders. The actionable research labs accommodated in the M28 workshops enabled researchers and stakeholders to work together in real time, sharing their different experience and knowledge on the ‘unsolvable’ problems, identifying, prototyping and testing actionable solutions. A range of complex problems was addressed across research sites including the ‘wetting’ and ‘drying’ of the edges of Veluwe, the development of a digital platform for gathering information on urban drainage systems and water resources and the engagement of public to use it in Bergen, the security of the domestic water supply in Troodos with the use of desalinated water, the development of adaptation measures for addressing weather extremes in Wupper catchment, and the promotion of the hydric resources management into the political and public agenda in the Tagus site. Opportunities and constraints for the implementation of the suggested adaptation solutions were identified across the research sites, while future activities have been already planned for the finalisation of the implementation plan of the solutions.”
(Citaat: Bergsma, E., Freitas, M.J., Görlitz, S., et al. – BINGO Interim portfolio of actionable research problems/challenges exploitation and development – D6.6 (2017))
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